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Old 04-15-2018, 07:10 PM   #1  
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hey guys I知 sure you seen from my other post
this car is coming along nicely. I just picked up rims for a 2000 7Z06 wheels and tires. The rears fit nicely without any spacers and stay inside the fender there so I知 OK. The front stick out like crazy and I知 getting rubbing issues on the passenger side when I turn right and the driver side when I turn left. I measured and the driver side wheel is not center. It is forward towards the front of the car exactly 1/2 of an inch too much. I have measured center hub to center hub. Both sides the car is square except for that side. Well the passenger side is also out I値l quarter of an inch. It drives straight feels good but what can I do about this? My second question is the rim in the front Sticks out far and it is rubbing the tires are stock 2007 C6Z06 size. But I believe the offset is where my problem is coming from. Can I buy these exact rims for just the front with the proper spacing or whatever I need to do to correct this as they stick out a bit further than what I want? Other question is does anybody sell little moldings to Extend the fenders just lately. I know where the widebody kit is and I知 asking if they sell something to extend the fenders just an Little? Hope you guys like my car you be amazed at where it started from

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I have the same wheels, but mine stick out at the back quit a bit.
what size are yours at the back? 19 inch?
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I have the same wheels, but mine stick out at the back quit a bit.
what size are yours at the back? 19 inch?
19x12 tire is 325/30-19.
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ok what does this meme mean.
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19x12 tire is 325/30-19.
Interesting...is your rear modified? Normally OEM 19x12 stick out yet yours look tucked in. Maybe its the picture angle?
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Interesting...is your rear modified? Normally OEM 19x12 stick out yet yours look tucked in. Maybe its the picture angle?
The system seems to have trouble loading up another picture but I don稚 know if it will show it well. Give me about 30 minutes it痴 raining here but I will gladly go out and take a picture from the rear bumper very close. I知 always looking for help on here so the least I can do is offer it back
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Interesting...is your rear modified? Normally OEM 19x12 stick out yet yours look tucked in. Maybe its the picture angle?



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Why have wheels sticking out the sides?

That's bad math.
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Why have wheels sticking out the sides?

That's bad math.
what痴 bad math????
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Here is a picture of mine. Same size tires
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what痴 bad math????
The same way this has wheels sticking inside the wheel well.

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The same way this has wheels sticking inside the wheel well.

man what is your point. Where is the bad math part coming from. Maybe like your post are From bad parenting clearly.

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man what is your point. Where is the bad math part coming from. May like your post are From bad parenting clearly.
They are C6 z06 rims there was no measuring. I knew the rears would fit but the fronts not so much.

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I have no answers for your wheel problem but wanted to add that's the first time I've seen that hood.
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I have no answers for your wheel problem but wanted to add that's the first time I've seen that hood.
That's a very different hood for the C5.
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That's a very different hood for the C5.
people thought that it was the old tiger shark hood but it is not it is slightly different. I love that hood though but I think I知 going to change back to the factory lights. It kind of takes away from the whole car. I need to find factory lights now. But the car is coming along nicely and I知 loving it. I just took care of the tire issue in the front and will have a corrected one Friday. Now if I can just figure out why it is saying lean bank one and lean bank to LOL I already replaced The mass airflow sensor
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